Companion pieces: Good Weekend’s pets gift guide – Sydney Morning Herald


10. Extraordinary Old Dogs: Uplifting True Tales of Remarkable Seniors, by Laura Greaves; $35,

11. Cleanse, condition and calm your pet with Natio “Loving Care” pet shampoo, which contains argan to help nourish, sweet almond and rosehip oils to condition and aqueous extracts of lavender and rosemary to soothe and scent. Suitable for cats and dogs; $15 (500ml),

12. Scratch’s healthy, grain-free kibble contains 100 per cent locally and ethically sourced Australian meat, vegetables and grains (no preservatives, added colours or flavours). Subscription service includes free delivery Australia-wide; prices vary based on subscription,

13. The 2-in-1 lick bowl and slow feeder is a non-toxic, silicone food-grade bowl that encourages slow eating; $27,

14. Forget-Me-Not’s snuffle mat is designed to stimulate your pooch’s nose as he rummages around looking for treats nestled in the folds; $50,

15. The “Tigrito” cat bowl by Miriam Mirri for Alessi, in durable polypropylene, features a long cat-tail handle, ensuring minimal contact with messy leftovers; $180,

16. The Petkit Breezy cat backpack boasts an intelligent fresh-air system, temperature sensor and tinted window for sun safety. It also features an inbuilt lamp to ensure your furry friend feels warm and safe as night falls; $140,

17. Feed For Thought eco dog treats are made from insect protein and offer a sustainable alternative to traditional pet food. The insects used in these treats are raised on leftover vegetarian food, reducing food waste. The treats contain no artificial colours or flavours, and the packaging is plastic-free, made from recycled paper and 100 per cent compostable; $15,

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